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A plain narrativ of the uncommon sufferings and remarkable deliverance of Thomas Brown, of Charlestown, in New England; who returned to his father's house the beginning of Jan. 1760, after having been absent three years and about eight months: containing an account of the engagement between a party of English, Commanded by Maj. Rogers and a party of French and Indians, in Jan. 1757 ... how he was taken captive by the Indians and carried to Canada, and from thence to the Mississippi; where he lived about a year, and was again sent to Canada

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A plain narrativ of the uncommon sufferings and remarkable deliverance of Thomas Brown, of Charlestown, in New England; who returned to his father's house the beginning of Jan. 1760, after having been absent three years and about eight months: containing an account of the engagement between a party of English, Commanded by Maj. Rogers and a party of French and Indians, in Jan. 1757 ... how he was taken captive by the Indians and carried to Canada, and from thence to the Mississippi; where he lived about a year, and was again sent to Canada


Published 1908
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Publisher New York W. Abbatt
Pages 36
Possible copyright status NOT_IN_COPYRIGHT
Language English
Call number nrlf_ucb:GLAD-134305097
Digitizing sponsor MSN
Book contributor University of California Libraries
Collection cdl; americana

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